The former White House residents have made no secret of their fondness for one another.
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Step into Ronald Wade’s office and it’s easy to see why he’s listed in “Guinness World Records 2015” for the largest collection of U.S. presidential memorabilia — it’s really a replica of the Oval Office.
Social self-advancement in Washington is “pretty much just about influence and money,” says author Dirk Wittenborn. He would know — the screenwriter and his niece, Jazz Johnson, just penned The Social Climber’s Bible, a satirical take on the “art” of getting ahead.
The Arizona Republican says of his next tome, "Perhaps something that talks about the presidential campaign."
A National Bison Day reception features a selfie station with the country's largest land mammal, and more bison-themed festivities.
He’s used to being in front of the cameras, but when Peter Doocy arrived in the nation’s capital, he wasn’t exactly thrilled to be snapped by a certain lens. “The traffic cameras on New York Avenue” gave the Fox News Washington correspondent a not-so-warm welcome on his very first day in the District.
Vice President Biden, Valerie Jarrett and Rep. Nancy Pelosi were among political VIPs.
The former president says he's a fan of both "Scandal" and "House of Cards."
The senator's second book, American Dreams, will be released in January.